At least in the United States, Amazon’s AppStore is pretty much the most popular alternative to Google Play, in large part thanks to the Kindle Fire. The Amazon AppStore is turning two years old and in celebration is offering a week long sale on various games and a small selection of other types of apps.

The discounts start at 50% off the regular price, and some are even higher than that, actually.


There are many different games on sale including Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, Need for Speed Most Wanted, Cut the Rope Experiments and more. Some of the applications on sale include Splashtop Whiteboard and OfficeSuite Professional 7. In total there are 24 apps listed, including the games and it is worth noting that many of these apps are “Kindle Tablet Editions”.

So how long do you have to get on these birthday deals? The sale ends on March 23, so that gives you a few days to decide whether any of the apps worth purchasing or not.

For those interested, here’s the full list of apps available in the promotion:

  • Angry Birds Star Wars Premium HD (Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • SCRABBLE (Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • Team Umizoomi Math: Zoom into Numbers (Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • The Amazing Spider-Man (Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • Angry Birds Space HD (Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • THE GAME OF LIFE (Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour (Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • The Dark Knight Rises (Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • OfficeSuite Professional 7
  • Need for Speed Most Wanted (Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • 94 Seconds
  • Drawing Pad
  • Audubon Birds: A Field Guide to North American Birds
  • Cut the Rope HD (Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • Cut the Rope: Experiments HD (Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • Amazing Alex HD (Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • Goodnight Moon
  • The Great Cookie Thief… A Sesame Street App Starring Cookie Monster(Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • Miss Spider’s Tea Party(Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • PicSay Pro
  • Splashtop Whiteboard (Kindle Tablet Edition)
  • It’s Tyrannosaurus Rex! – Smithsonian’s Prehistoric Pals
  • The Going to Bed Book – Boynton
  • Curious George’s Dictionary (Kindle Tablet Edition)

What do you think, any of these worth grabbing or not?

Andrew Grush
Andrew Grush has been with Team AA for 5 years now. He's passionate about tech, writing, gaming, and doing his best to help grow the AA team.